Living with the Weather
Among the Clouds: Work, Wit and Wild Weather at the Mount Washington Observatory
- Author: Eric Pinder
- Publisher: Alpine Books. 2008.
- ISBN: 9780615204598
- Annotation: Daily life for meteorologists working on the top of Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Humorous and informative stories about everything from harsh winter storms to tobogganing ravens and meandering moose.
Eric Sloane`s Weather Book
- Author: Eric Sloane
- Publisher: Little Brown. 1952. (Reprinted by Dover Publ., Inc. in 2005).
- ISBN: 9780486443577
- Annotation: A beautifully illustrated classic weather book for everyone who wonders about the day's weather. Sloane instructs readers on how to glean climate information by "reading" such natural phenomena as winds, skies, and animal sounds.
Mountain Weather: Backcountry Forecasting and Weather Safety for Hikers, Campers, Climbers, Skiers and Snowboarders
- Author: Jeff Renner
- Publisher: The Mountaineers Books. 2005.
- ISBN: 9780898868197
- Annotation: Filled with tip lists and concrete examples, this book explores clues to watch for in the field, how to analyze them, and how to limit your exposure if caught in extreme weather conditions while hiking, skiing or camping in the mountains.
Surviving Natural Disasters: How to Prepare for Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Tornados, Floods, Wildfires, Thunderstorms, Blizzards, Tsunamis, Volcanic Eruptions
- Author:Janice McCann, Betsy Shand
- Publish: DIMI Press. 1995.
- ISBN 9780931625268
- Annotation: The authors stress the need to develop strategies to cope with possible disasters. Tips include methods to make a house as secure as possible both inside and outside, evacuation plans, storage of valuable documents, pet care, food, water, and other supply reserves, and questions to ask your insurance company.
The Traveler`s Weather Guide
- Author: Tom Loffman
- Publisher: Ten Speed Press. 1996.
- ISBN: 9780898158311
- Annotation: Details on precipitation, average low and high temperatures, humidity, and snowfall are given for 175 cities both in the United States and around the world. In a clear and concise arrangement, other features include safety guidelines for winter travel and sections on weather phenomena such as tornadoes and hurricanes.